Today on The Country, Jamie Mackay went with a green theme, interviewing Green Party co-leader James Shaw about the Zero Carbon Act, and farmers Kerry Worsnop and Sully Alsop about the 50 Shades of Green protest march at Parliament.
On with the show:
Kerry Worsnop and Sully Alsop:
We hear from two of the farmers who are making speeches at the 50 Shades of Green protest march to Parliament.
In a wonderfully refreshing manner the Green Party co-leader puts aside politics to praise David Seymour and Todd Muller, respectively, for their work on the End of Life Choice Bill and the Zero Carbon Act.
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Dr Jacqueline Rowarth:
We kick off our myth-buster series with one of New Zealand's leading farming academics and ask does glyphosate kill humans as well as weeds?
The chief executive of Fieldays crunches the numbers on a record-breaking 2019 event at Mystery Creek.
Sam "Lashes" Casey and Damian McKenzie:
We're joined by Lashes and an All Black who are at Terrace Downs for a TAB Golf Day.